Hawaii luaus are an island tradition. To experience an unforgettable luau, reserve tickets to Chief’s Luau at Sea Life Park, held at one of Oahu’s most impressive locations. Views of towering cliffs, gorgeous ocean, a historic lighthouse and Rabbit Island surround guests, creating an environment perfect for enjoying a night of entertainment.
An evening at Chief’s Luau begins with interactive activities like hula lessons, lauhala weaving, tattooing (non-permanent), coconut husking, fire making and so much more. You can also watch the tradition Imu Ceremony, during which the main course of Kalua Pig is unearthed from a traditional Hawaiian Imu (underground oven). Before dinner starts, you can also participate in a Samoan ‘Ava Ceremony, a ritual during which a ceremonial beverage is shared marking the importance of this special event.
As the sun sets, the Hawaiian extravaganza that is Chief’s Luau starts. Chief Sielu, the world champion fire knife dancer, is the star of the show. Internationally known as “The Coconut Man” for his 20 years of work at the Polynesian Cultural Center, he also goes by the “Ambassador of Polynesia”and “That Polynesian Comedian.” He has appeared on David Letterman, Oprah Winfrey, Discovery Channel and Travel Channel. During the show at Sea Life Park, pulsating music, lyrical songs, breathtaking dancing and daring spectacles are featured on stage.
Of course, the luau feast is a highlight of any Oahu luauand the feast at Chief’s Luau is no exception.
The menu includes:
- Island Greens with Mandarin Oranges, Radish Sprouts, Crisp Rice Noodles, Citrus Dressing
- Seasonal Fruit Salad
- Lomi Lomi Salmon
- Taro Rolls
- Steamed White
- Garlic Mashed Potatoes
- Grilled Island Fish with Papaya Marmalade
- Chicken Yakitori with Teriyaki Sauce
- Kalua Pork
- Pineapple Cake
- Coffee, hot tea, iced tea, fruit punch
Reserve your Chief’s Luau tickets today to experience one of Oahu’s most impressive shows. Round-trip transportation from major Waikiki hotels is available.